Omaheke Youth Expo on this wk

Omaheke Youth Expo on this wk

GOBABIS – Omaheke Regional Youth Enterprises’ Expo Committee held a meeting on Thursday to finalise preparations pertaining to the Omaheke Youth Expo.

Speaking at the information-sharing meeting, Omaheke Youth Expo Coordinator Veronica Mokaleng-Kuzeeko said preparations were in full swing, adding that so far 50 young people including San entrepreneurs from the constituencies of Aminuis, Epukiro and Gobabis had registered to participate. According to her, more young people from other constituencies were expected to register during the next seven days.More than 150 young entrepreneurs are expected to take part at the expo.Mokaleng-Kuzeeko said the regional youth expo would be held this week from Thursday to Sunday, adding that during the event, exhibitors would showcase their handmade products, which will also be up for sale.The four-day event will take place at the Legare Stadium.Mokaleng-Kuzeeko said the Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Libertine Amadhila, would officially open the event on Friday.The event, which will start with a march from Shoprite to Legare, will be colourful one with motivation speeches, a prize-giving ceremony and entertainment.Various companies, government ministries, agencies and individuals have pledged an amount of N$82 000 to host the event.The money will mainly be used for prizes.Corporate companies such as Telecom Namibia, Old Mutual and the Gobabis Municipality have also shown interest to showcase their products at the event.The Youth Ministry will provide transport and food to all exhibitors while Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) will provide soft drinks.NampaAccording to her, more young people from other constituencies were expected to register during the next seven days.More than 150 young entrepreneurs are expected to take part at the expo.Mokaleng-Kuzeeko said the regional youth expo would be held this week from Thursday to Sunday, adding that during the event, exhibitors would showcase their handmade products, which will also be up for sale.The four-day event will take place at the Legare Stadium.Mokaleng-Kuzeeko said the Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Libertine Amadhila, would officially open the event on Friday.The event, which will start with a march from Shoprite to Legare, will be colourful one with motivation speeches, a prize-giving ceremony and entertainment.Various companies, government ministries, agencies and individuals have pledged an amount of N$82 000 to host the event.The money will mainly be used for prizes.Corporate companies such as Telecom Namibia, Old Mutual and the Gobabis Municipality have also shown interest to showcase their products at the event.The Youth Ministry will provide transport and food to all exhibitors while Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) will provide soft drinks.Nampa

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